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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1916.
Br ALIKE THOMPSON
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WHY NOT GET THE BEST?
Six Blends Roasted by Open Flame Process daily,
(except Monday), by one who knows how. '
f A Hobart Coffee Refiner
Has been put in, which enables us to add to above
advantage the Refining of the Coffee taking out all
the bad and leaving the good steel cut Coffee to use.
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty
i! The Frame Shop & Giftery
415 Court Street
Home of Things Artistic, always
has an Interesting Window, but
Watch It Wednesday
Evening Especially Between
7:30 and 8:30 o'clock.
$ Effort to Boost for Salem
The Florist when decorating
and dressing your windows,
home and Salem.
Flowers for all occacions.
C. F RUEF
i 121 N. Liberty Street Phone 381
MBS. HANLEY QUITS TONIGHT
1m K. Hughes.
Mrs. Hnnley's speech will bo one of
J. lonciumng II (10 bii'L'Pat events in thn finnl rnmnntitii
Portland, Ore, Nov
u.iWK ,r ut v,rogon wn.eu nns 'weok Lore. Republican miirel.ing clubs
" , vuiumc, bub. jv. jj. mm minus mia torchlights will escort
Hanley, of Medford, Ore., will speak in hor to the tlicutrc. An entire section of
1'ortlnnd tonight attacking President I the theatre linn been reserved for Civil
Wilson mill urging the election of Char-1 war veterans.
To welcome all newcomers to Salem
an informal reception will be given to
night at tho Commercial club, between
the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock.
One oi' the delightful features of the
evening will be a musical programme
composed of vocal solos by Mrs. Charles
Calloway, accompanied by Miss Luetic
Ross, and Archie Smith, with Dr. Frank
Wilbur Chare at the piano. During
the evening interesting short talks will
bo made by Peter D'Arey, John H.
McNary, Professor Hall of the Willam
ette University, and Dr. liichard Avi
son of the Methodist church.
The committee has also arranged to
serve refreshments during the calling
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. fiabfielsen and
son, Carl Oabrielsen, have moved from
Chemcketa street and are now domicil
ed at 153 North Fourteenth street.
A few little playmates of Master
Robert Bishop gathered at the Bishop
residence Tuesday evening to partici
pate in the gayeties of a Hallowe'en
supper party. After super the little
guests and their young host reveled in
games, calling later on several of their
friends garbed as wcinl ghosts.
Mrs. John Withycombe and her guest,
.Miss Pearl Jones, of -Martinez, cantor-
nia, and Miss Mabel Withycombe went
to Corvallis today to attend the wed
dini of Miss Kerr, daughter of Presi
dent Kerr of the Oregon Agricultural
Of interest to Salem folk will be the
concert to bo given by the Misses Helen
and Evelene Calbreath and William
Wallace Graham on November the fif
Mrs. William Scherr of Portland, has
been here arranging for the concert,
which undoubtedly will attract a large
gathering of prominent men and wo
men. Tho Misses Calbreath formerly
lived in Salem and unusually talented,
both having studied with eminent
teachers in Berlin and New York. Miss
Kvclene, mezzo soprano, is soloist for
the trio, ami Miss Helen, piamste.
Mr. Graham who is a prominent vio
linist and teacher, too, is well known
not only in Salem, but all over the Pa
At the Salem Heights school a basket
social will bo held on Friday evening
at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of raising
tumls for manual training equipment.
All interested are invited to bring a
basket nnd participate in the festivity.
A lunch also will be served to those
who have no baskets, so that each guest
may add to the contributions.
A short programme has been arrang
ed to precede the social.
Mis. Anna Rogers Fish, director of
the Fish School of Expression, went to
Donald last night to appear on the
programme given by tho ltid'es of the
Mnccnbee lodge. Shu returned to Salem
The Daughters of Isabella entertain
ed with an informal evening of "500"
Monday at the Knights of Columbus
hull on State street.
Plavera circled 11 tables of "500",
HAVE a cigar?"
Never 6ay that to
a man unless you are.
sure of the brand.
When you pass him
an OWL you know and
he knows it is a free
drawing smoke of un
H I Xt? m.a.qunst a co. i E
3 I INCORPORATED I P
t I O T M 1 $.
The Main Event
Wed. Eve 7:30
The Dress-Up Promenade
Complete your toilet for it by
buying a New Suit and Shoes
Considering, their value, Brandegee Kincaid &Co.'s
Clothes are the Most Moderately Priced. Every man
who looks at them carefully and observes their style,
fabric, and tailoring, promptly acknowledges their
PAY CASH AND
WEAR THE BEST
the high score honors being won by
Mrs. Nettie Davidson, Frank Davey,
Madame Lyons and Thomas Xoud. Miss
Eugenia Mclnturff snd A. A. Michael
were awarded the consolations
On Friday November the seventeenth
Dan P. Langenberg will present Mrs.
Charles Maxwell, mezzo soprano, in
concert at the Grand theatre. .
A delightful opening of the week 's
festivities was the danee for which
Kola Neis was host Tuesday night.
The affair was given in the dining
room of the Hotel Marion, the attract
ive room being gaily decorated with
Hallowe'en novelties. During the even
ing a buffet supper was served at tables
prettily decked with the season's blos
soms. About CO 'merrymakers participated
in the affair, which waa perhaps the
gayest of the early week.
The members of the Sunbeam class
of the Leslie Sunday school, were de
lightfully entertained Saturday after
noon at the home of Miss Sylvia
Thompson on Lincoln street. The affair
was in the nature of a Hallowe'en par
ty, the motif being carried out in the
decorations and entertainment.
Those present were the following
members of the class: Marlowe Miller,
Eugenia Brandhorst, Lois Nye, Ger
trude Aldrich, Alice Sperling, Elsie
Boyington, Helen Frey, Sylvia Thomp
son, Cleo Walker and Miss Gladys Car
son. Other guests were Ruth Mendel
sohn, Euth Page-and Marion Shaw.
Mrs. James Chinnock has as her
house guest, Mrs. Henry McConnell of
Portland, who came Monday to be tho
guest of Mr. and' Mrs. Chinnock for
the dancing party given by the Monday
A merry Hallowe'en party was giv
en last night by Dietrick and Marian
Stciwer at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Steiwer at 2000
The rooms decorated in yellow and
black and gay colored Japanese lan
terns made a typical Hallowe'en set
ting for the young guests in their var
ious fancy costumes. .
Games were playe'd and later the
party reveled in a dainty supper.
Those gathering tor the gayeties were
Leo n a Cookingham, Clcta MeFarland,
Josephine Rogers, Beatrice West, Mild
red West, Neta Soosper, Marie Stcn
strum, and Roland Brunerd. Hubert
Kerr, Ferman McAdoo Russell Welch
Willie Ashby and Walter LcBold.
Interest today eentcrs around the
fashion show to be given tonight at
the Oregon theatre. Society, naturnlly
is on the qui-vivc' for. this drama of
clothes, and certain it is that the fair
sex will be shown many ultra-smart
modes and all of the latest whims and
fancies of the season.. .
(Continued from page one.)
the proposal to go after new members
was made at the smoker held last uiuht
in the club rooms and which was prob-
amy rue most largely attended of- any
meeting ever held there. He said every
man in Salem should join, not because
the Comemrcinl club heeds the moncv
accruing from fees, but because it needs
the active support of cvervone. The neo-
pie or mis cny musr get together now,
he believes, in order to get the most for
their city and Salem and themselves out
of the era of prosperity which is now
on in tho valley.
i no workers in the membership cam
paign will meet tomorrow noon nt the
Hotel Marion for luncheon. At this time
they will compare notes and plan for
the conduct of the camnaien on Fri-
day. It is the intention to have the work
finished by Friday night. At present
the membership of the Commercial club
is MOO and it is felt an additional 200
can be Becured this week.
(Continued from page one.)
Value in Shoes that money can buy. Nothing but the
best leather, the best thread and the best workmanship .
enters into the production of the White House Shoe..;
Wear a pair and be convinced.
Germany has been asked for the sub
marine eommnnder s report on the af
fair, while tho United States diplomatic
and consular representatives near the
scene nave been directed to forward by
cable all information that can be gath
If the evidence finally shows that
the Marina was sunk without warning,
the Germnn government, it was agreed,
will face the necessity of taking dras
tie action to expiate the offense. One
submarine commander will have been
proven guilty of prosecuting "relent
less and indiscniniinatc" warfare a
gainst vessels of commerce, the penalty
for which, this government declared in
its Sussex note of April 1H, would be
me oreaKing oit or diplomatic rela
tions. Recognition of the gravity of such
action by a submarine commander was
shown at the German embassy where
it was said the commander would be
punished, if found guilty, his action
disavowed by the government nnd repa
Today it was made clear that in ask-
Mug Berlin, through the American em
bassy there, from tie admiralty a in
I formation on the sinking of the Ma
jrina, it was not intended to intimate
i Germany's submarine pledges have
ibeen violated. Such information as
j Germany may have is likely to be es
isential in clearing up of disputed points
I in the case.
I Because of the large number of Am-
erieans among the survivors of the Ma
rina, their affidavits probably will
prove the deciding factor in determin
ing mis governments action.
Secretary Lansing has refused to
discuss the matter, in the absence of
direct proof of just what happened. He
is keeping President Wilson advised,
however, of all information that reach
es the department.
Love is responsible for some hard
Tailored Coats and Suits of the
better kind --at moderate prices
We pride ourselves this season on the scope of. our display of COATS,
SUITS and DRESSES the wide choice of fabrics and styles, the goodness
of the tailoring, and the perfect hang and fit of the garments.
Certainly we have not overlooked anything in making
selections for Fall. Every garment is selected for
wear-resisting qualities, which means that they'll last ;,
You'll be sure to find something here that you can use
Dresses $7.50 to $50.00
Tailored Suits ..; '..$17.50 to $45.00
Fall and Winter Coats $7.50 to $45.00
This store features
you get the best quality at the
Which means that
Carter's Knit Underwear
Kayser's Knit Underwear
Phoenix Guaranteed Hos
iery Black Cat Hosiery
Alexandre's Kid Gloves
Kayser's Fabric Gloves
Denison's Paper Novelties
Arnold Knit Goods
Kayser's Silk Hosiery
, Hurd's Stationery
Dix House Dresses
Complete Line of
Ready to Wear and Ready to Use Merchandise for Women, Misses and Children
LINENS, WHITE GOODS, BEDDING v
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It merchandise 145 N. Liberty St. t ' Salem, Oregon.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silverton, Ore., Oct. 31. A reception
was given at the Jacob Zurcher home
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guthe
ridge, who were married at Kstacada a
short time ago. Mrs. Gntheridge is n
daughter of .Mr. Zurcher-
Miss Hoff, of the Women's Specialty
shop, entertained a few of her friends
last, Sundny. .They were the Misses
Nellie Albrecht, Helen Grant and Marie
Hewett, of Portland; also Miss Gamble,
of the Silver Falls Timber company,
and Miss Benson, of the Silverton Lum
ber company. The young ladies return
ed home Monday.
Bert Yates and wife, of Salem, spent
the week-end with Silverton relatives.
Vic Berberon left for Missoula, Mont.,
on Thursday. He will visit relatives
and also has property interests nt that
J. J. Bickel, who has been a guest at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. W.
Rogers, also Miss Leta Comstock, who
has been visiting Silverton friends, re
turned to their home nt Sutherlin Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartman with
Frank Whitlock and wife, came over
from Seotts Mill to attend the the re
publican rally Monday evening.
Jacob Deuisel returned from Montana
tho first of the week where he went to
look at the country. On finding a heavy
blanket of snow on the ground at that
place he decided that Oregon was
good enough after all. .
Mrs. G. W. Loom is and family enjoy
ed a visit from her sUterd, Mrs. eGo. W.
Bardsley and husband, of Olympia
Wash., who left ior their home Thurs
day. Clyde Rnnisby was an over Sunday
guest with bis wife and children at
The Misses Ola and Wava Brown,
who have spent the past month visiting
their brother, Walter, at Centralia,
Wash., and other friends in that state,
returned home Wednesday evening.
Miss There3a Humpert, of Mt. Angel,
Icame Sunday to assist Mrs. Louis, her
sister, with her work a couple of weeks.
Miss .110, Dolan entertained some of
her friends at her home on A street
Monday afternoon. Kefreehents were
served and a very pleasaut afternoon
Mrs. H. C. Hartman, president of the
Royal Neighbors' club, will be hostess
at the next club meeting at her home on
Second street on Friday afternoon, Octo
ber 3- She will be assisted by Mrs. Gor
don and Miss Floy Hartman.
Albert Webb has purchased the Olds
transfer wagon and will add it to his
Pacific dray business.
A number of Mrs. Neiderhauser's
neighbors came in for a surprise last
Thursdaov afternoon and a pleasant
time is reported.
Mrs. Preston is drilling a bunch of
children for the play Bounybell, or
Cinderella's cousin. The play will be
at the opera houe in the near future
and bids fair to he much better than
when played here before. There will be
special 'numbers aud musical selections
frosts in summer and soma hot waves between acts. Program will eb an-
iu winter. i nounced next week.
The Silverton high school football
team motored over to Dallas Saturday
where they plnyed a good game with the
Dallas team ,benting them with a score
of 14 to 13. The Dallas boys will play
the Silverton team on the Cunningham
grounds Saturday of this week.
Board of Control
be miidc up in increased revenues.
It was proposed to cut the budget $3,
flUO because in the opinion of Governor
Withycombe and Treasurer Kay the eng
ineer's department did not have any big
projects under way. Also the services
of John Dubuis us an engineer could
be eliminated and the work taken over
by Joe McAllister, who is now secre
tary of the board. Mr. Lewis objected
Pllf C FlifiinOPl-'c RllrVot 1 to ,llis "nRe'nt s it would decrease
VUlO LllglllCCl 5 DliUgCl . the efficiency of the office. It was
; ' agreed then to make a cut of 41,000 and
As the result of a meeting of the Btuto ; then if conditions wnrrunted to inuke
desert land board yesteidny tho teiitn-1 the other cut of $-,000.
tive budget of the state engineer's of-!
fice, which asked an appropriation of I Just The Thing.
4S.500 for the next bi-enniul period, was "You'll like this refrigerator sir."
cut 41.000. If conditions warrant, a "Why so"
further cut of 42.000 may bo made, I "It lias u secret drawer for a pint
which will bring the budget down to! bottle."
4.1.500. Although the sum uf 48,300 sub- J
initted by the state engineer was 41,500, "Sealed Lips" is the title of a new
less than the amount asked for the Inst novel. Evidently there are no female
bi-enuium, the difference is expected to characters in it.
Insures the most
delicious and healthful food
S9 ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
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